School was out on that beautiful San Francisco spring day with protest in the air. Sagittarius dropped by to see if I wanted to go tripping around. His battered blue Monza convertible was running again and he had the top down. Sagittarius was a bit of a head case, but

"But what is a scholar? One who can not cross any borders, in fear of being excluded from his academy? Do we stand here before the celebrated fool, who is on the spot where the academics do not dare to go? "
- Robert Graves
Since the very beginning of human

ERIE presents: Heads Talk with Jesse Jarnow, Sarah Matzar, Marc Franklin, and Magenta Ceiba. Co-presented by Blank Space
Join ERIE for Heads Talk Berkeley with Jesse Jarnow, author of new book Heads: A biography of psychedelic America and Marc Franklin will discuss the reemergence of the psychedelic spring from a multi-decade

Psilocybin mushrooms continue their co-evolution with humanity. In general, the effects include euphoria, visual and mental hallucinations, changes in perception, a distorted sense of time, and spiritual experiences.
Our human ancestors around the planet used psilocybin mushrooms dating back thousands of years for spiritual and divinatory ceremonies. 1957 Life magazine article,

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